Genoa Youth Hostel

Address: Via (Passo) Giovanni Costanzi 10, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16136, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Centro Ovest area of Genoa, is near Palazzo Reale, Royal Palace Museum (Museo di Palazzo Reale), Palazzo di San Giorgio, and Forte Sperone.
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      Bare Beaches - NOT!

      A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 03, 2015

      10 photos

      ... and accessible by train.

      So, let’s look at some maps, compliments of Google. If we zoom in we see a sheltered harbour with breakwaters, so I guess that means boats, and shoreline waves & winds.

      Let’s zoom in a little more … Oh, there are some scalloped beach shapes near the town & the harbour. I wonder if those are sandy beaches. ...

      Travel and shopping today

      A travel blog entry by mozzies7 on Mar 31, 2015

      11 photos

      We set out from Tirano this morning to head south. The plan was to get to Genoa or Savona - but we had to tackle the Autostrada through Milan first. Sorry to say, no photo's today. You can't take photos when you are hanging on for your life with one hand and making the sign of the cross with the other! I say it every time.....never again! But, there was a highlight, we stopped off at the Factory Outlets in Alexandria for a spot of retail therapy, it must have done the ...


      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... br>
      After the briefest of stops for expresso (our request as we did not stop for breakfast at the hotel), Loredana begins our four-hour whirlwind tour of the city with a walk from the station to the oldest part of the city near the harbor. She gives us a brief history lesson, explaining how Genova was built in four stages, the medieval-12th C., the Gothic-15th and 16th C., the late 19th C. and after WWII. As in many maritime cities, the houses ...

      Portofino - Heaven on Earth

      A travel blog entry by marty387 on Sep 12, 2011

      4 photos

      ... about the church was it's above ground cemetery. From there we climbed further up the hill and came upon Castello Brown, which resembles a castle, but was actually owned by a private individual up until 50 years ago. Today it features exhibitions from around the world. The current one is called "Wild". It featured lifelike carvings of animals. The main attraction of the castle is it's ...

      Where the rich people live & the backpackers miss

      A travel blog entry by reneedm on Feb 24, 2009

      ... silly "Martin". This train trip would actually be the most important part of our journey. After seat shuffling on the train we started a conversation with the lady sitting opposite us (she was making jewellery so I knew she was cool) who spoke no English (nor did the other couple whose baggage Angus had helped with). When she found out we were from Australia she got all excited and eventually we worked out that her son had been to Australia for football. He ...